FAQ KABE series
How is KABE implemented?
KABE plaster is applied twice. After this, KABE Topcoat is applied twice as well. When purchasing KABE, a detailed instruction manual is included. It guides you through every step of the process. Contact our retailers for additional questions. Find the instructions here.
How long time does it take to implement KABE?
You can only apply one layer of KABE per day due to the product's required drying time. Therefore, one should set aside at least three days for the process. How long it takes an individual to apply the layers depends on the experience and technique.
Which surfaces can KABE be applied on?
KABE can be applied directly on plastered surfaces, glass felt, glass fabric, and painted surfaces. Paper surfaces should be cleaned to solid bottom before KABE is applied. Regarding other surfaces, please consult our retailers.
Where can KABE be used?
KABE can be used in all indoor spaces. KABE cannot be used in wet zones.
What to do if I regret KABE?
If you regret your KABE wall, apply adhesion primer after which a new desired surface is applied.
What is the difference between KABE and KABE Raw?
KABE Raw is a rougher plaster with a more rustic look. The process of applying KABE Raw and KABE are identical and the products can be applied on the same surfaces.
What is the difference between KABE and KABE Stone?
KABE Stone is a much harder material than KABE and is therefore suitable on vertical and horizontal surfaces which are exposed to high wear. For walls indoor that are not either in a wet zone or behind a stove, we recommend KABE. On all other surfaces we recommend KABE Stone.
How can I buy KABE?
KABE can be purchased from our dealers in Denmark, Norway, Germany, Iceland and the UK. Our dealers are ready to help with guidance on the process. For customers with residence in other countries please contact us through the contact form here in order to purchase our products.